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Then the polynomial ring K[Xt]ier is a domain. "Its" field of fractions is denoted by K(Xt)ier, and its elements are called rational functions. When J is nonempty and finite, we apply the same notational changes as in the case of polynomials: If H = Card(/) and / = {*vh>'~>*n}> w e w r i t e ^ ( ^ , y ^ y • • •»^„) instead of K{Xi)i^I. In particular, we write K(X) for "the" field of fractions of K[X]. PROBLEMS 1. Let K be a field, and let A be a subdomain of K. Suppose that for every field F9 every monomorphism from A to F is extendible to a monomorphism from K to F.

Dim(K(v)) -dim(C(v)), • Notation NOTATION PERTAINING TO THE PREREQUISITES In this part we list the symbols that are used for concepts assumed to be known. If a symbol is unfamiliar, its meaning will be clear from the brief accompanying description. Integers m\n m divides n m\ n m does not divide n m = n (mod d) mis congruent to n modulo d n! n factorial (i) binomial coefficient defined by n and k (p the Euler function Sets ae A a belongs to A A

Show that K(Xt)ier is a field of fractions of ^4[A r J / e / . 4. Let A be a domain, let ^ be a prime ideal of ^4, and let A' be a field of fractions of A. Let R denote the subset of K consisting of the fractions a/p with a^ A and /i ^ A — &>; and let Jt denote the subset of K consisting of the fractions a/fi with a G ^ and /? e yl — &. Verify the following assertions: a. R is an intermediate domain between A and K. b. ^ is the only maximal ideal of R. c. 9 = ^ n Jt. 5. 2. d. There exists a monomorphism from A/9 to R/Jt such that a + ^ -» a + ^ for every a e A e.